Who Created Linux and Its Commands?
Linux is a free and open-source operating system created by Linus Torvalds in 1991. Torvalds, who was a computer science student at the University of Helsinki at the time, wrote the original code for the Linux kernel (the core of the operating system) as a personal project. The kernel was released under the GNU General Public License (GPL), which allows anyone to use, modify, and distribute the software.
Since then, the Linux operating system has evolved and grown through the contributions of a large and diverse community of developers. Many of the commands that are used in the Linux command line were written by these developers, either as part of the core operating system or as part of additional software packages. There are also many third-party utilities and tools that have been developed for use on Linux systems.